News & Events

New Launches

As mentioned in Bicycle Retailer a few months ago, we are continuing our expansion into the US. velofix Cincinnati, Hawaii (Kona) and Seattle are all rolling now! All three locations are taking bookings on line and are active in their communities. Read More

Job Opening: Franchise and Operations Support Manager

Franchise and Operations Support Manager velofix provides a customer service experience to our valued customers and an equally exceptional franchisee experience to our franchise partners.  Our goal is to create a new and unique service experience for cyclists across North America. Save time. Ride more. We are looking for an ambitious, energetic and experienced Franchise and Operations Support Manager to join our Management team. The Role The Franchise and Operations Support Manager is the key to unlocking communication and fostering a positive relationship between the franchisor company and the franchisee while also providing sales support functions. This includes franchise direct and indirect support, assisting franchisees with the execution and delivery on the Sales and Marketing plan. This individual ensures the overall success of the organization. Key… Read More

Fall Can Bring It On…

We’ve got you covered no matter what your fall looks like! Book a Major Tune & Enjoy Free Installation on Purchased Fall Accessories Lezyne light Sets Fenders Reinforced Tires Buy a Trainer Now & get FREE install and set up Cyclops Fluid2 w/ trainer base OR Cyclops PowerBeam ANT+ (Zwift Compatible!) Tacx trainer tires   [booknow]… Read More

September Rider Profile – Evan Strong

Every month velofix will be featuring a rider who has had their bike serviced with us.  We are passionate about cycling, and so are our Clients. Save Time. Ride More… Read More

Ask Boris: Cable Stretch

I’ve heard that after a tune-up/new cable install, the cables can stretch and my shifting quality will deteriorate. How can I avoid this or fix this when it happens? Cable stretch…that infamous cable stretch. What is it? What effect does it have? How can I avoid it? There probably isn’t a mechanic that hasn’t been asked these questions before. I know I certainly have been! Before we can really talk about how to avoid and fix “cable stretch” when it happens, it is important to understand what that phrase really means…there is more to it than meets the eye. What happens? Cable stretch tends to occur shortly after a new bike has been ridden a few times OR when your existing bike has had any of… Read More